I have three kids, who are now teenagers, and I teach a lot of kids. I know how to get boots fitted corrrectly, but the cost seems too high for the average child skier. This question is meant to combine both economics and fitting, therefore is not meant to address the higher end junior racer who is willing to get footbeds twice a season, nor adults who can amortize the cost of a good bootfitting over several seasons. Has anyone come up with good ways to achieve substantial portions of the benefits of a complete bootfitting at a relatively small increment of the cost? I am looking for the so-called 80-20 solutions, where the first 20% of the cost gets about 80% of the total benefit available.
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9/15/06 at 3:42am